Upper Valley Yoga

A community of passionate students & instructors, practicing the art of yoga together.
Established 1999. White River Junction, Vermont.
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Classes Today

Feb
28

Hatha (1)

Leslie Carleton

9:00 -
10:15 am
Feb
28

Vinyasa Flow (1-2)

Cathy Vansant

12:00 -
1:00 pm
Feb
28

THETFORD LOCATION Hatha(1)

Sue Howard

4:00 -
5:15 pm
Feb
28

Vinyasa Flow (2)

Sharon Comeau

5:30 -
6:45 pm

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OUR PHILOSOPHY

Our studio’s philosophy is rooted in the firm belief that everyone can do yoga. Our diverse offerings reflect that belief: we meet you where you are while helping you build the tools to grow, and encouraging you to listen to your own body’s wisdom. Most of our intermediate and advanced classes revolve around fun and mindful vinyasa flow that draws on the lineages of Ashtanga, Iyengar, and Anusara Yoga.

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UPCOMING EVENTS

Mar
10

Free Community Class

Taught this month by Christina, our free community classes are generally offered once a month. This is  a mixed level class; please sign up on our website to reserve a space, and bring your mat.



Mar
17

Forrest Friday: No Judgement, No Barriers

How many times have you whispered to yourself, you aren’t strong enough, or you should be more… or you can’t… or you shouldn’t even try? Join Deb to focus on pausing that internal voice, shifting the focus to a more healing, more generous one, and finding motivation through self-compassion and self-kindness.
 
Forrest Friday is held every 3rd Friday of the month. Forrest Yoga is a dynamic, mindful, smartly sequenced practice to release internal obstacles, build flexibility, and create space within. Expect to sweat and then feel restored to your best self by the end of savasana.
 
$16 drop-in or use your UVY class pass. Sign up on the calendar to reserve your spot.



Mar
31

Love Your Brain Benefit Class

Join us for a donation-based VIN-YIN class to support the LoveYourBrain Foundation's yoga program for the traumatic brain injury community. This class will open with fluid vinyasa to invoke your embodied strength through movement and breath, then shift into longer-held yin postures and guided meditation to cultivate your inner awareness and peace. This class will support you to reflect on your story, build community with your fellow yogis, and practice from a place rooted in your potential. Together, we will explore the mind-body connection and how it enables us to transcend our challenges so that we can find growth and our true freedom. Suggested donation of $20 taken at the door.